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UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY College of Business Administration Foundations of Management – 10047 - 01 MBA 5140 – 01 3.0 Credit Hours
Fall Term I 2014-2015 Prerequisite : Completion of the MBA Core Meeting Day, Time and Place: Mondays from 6:40- 9:10 PM Room C & F 228 Day One = August 25, 2014 Instructor Information : Instructor: Dr. Thomas Mawhinney, Ph.D. Office: C & F Room 217 Office Hours: Class meeting days 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. & by appointment at other times Phone (text enabled cell): 313 205-7590 Email: Thomas.Mawhinney@udmercy.edu

College of Business Information :
Emergency Phone: 313 993-1200 Ask for Wendy FAX (U of D, running most of the time): 313 993-1673

UD Mercy Bookstore Textbook Information & Online Purchase Options Follow either link below, first is bookstore “in general” second is for our specific text book:

CAUTION and ADVICE : DO NOT use an “international edition” of this text book or any other edition unless it is THIS text in paperback or electronic format. The campus bookstore will have the exact text we will use in class. There is a good chance that if you use a different edition, e.g., international edition, it will differ in some important ways from the text described above. Please use the following: Title: Organizations: Behavior, Structure, Processes Fourteenth Edition Authors: James L. Gibson, John M. Ivancevich, James H. Donnelly, Jr., Robert Konopaske Publisher: Published by McGraw - Hill, Copyright © 2012 ISBN 978-0-07- 811266 -9 ( soft cover : alk. or hard cover, whichever you like if available)
REVISED July 26, 2013 Disability Support Services and Accommodations Information Disability Support Services and Accommodations: It is very important for students to be proactive with regard to requesting disability accommodations. While it is never required that you disclose your disability to your professors, all students at UDM are encouraged to talk to their professors to discuss their concerns. Faculty cannot provide disability accommodations without official notification from the Disability Support Services office. If you need an accommodation because of a disability, if you have emergency medical information to share, or if you need special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please contact Emilie Wetherington as soon as possible to schedule an appointment (gallegem@udmercy.edu or (313) 578-0310). Disability Support Services is located in the Student Success Center, Room 319, on the 3rd Floor of the Library, McNichols Campus. Academic Support: UAS provides support services to students qualifying under the Americans with Disabilities Act, including but not limited to test proctoring, note-taking, and adaptive technologies. Students requesting academic support services under the ADA must provide documentation from a qualified clinician to the Director of UAS. Call (313) 578-0310 for more information. (Source: Unpublished Base Syllabus) If you have and/or want to claim a disability status you should see me IMMEDIATELY AFTER CLASS OR SOONER VIA Email.

Other Available support services: Information on policies and hours for UDM's academic computing labs is available at http://it.udmercy.edu/academiclabs/index.htm . Information regarding a large variety of student services, including computer labs, bookstores, public safety, and many other items, can be found in the Student Handbook. The Student Life Office website, http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/links/index.htm , provides links to UDM's new emergency alert system, health center, university ministry, academic services, calendar of events, personal counseling, and many other pages. Lots of other additional information for academics, athletics, course schedules, etc. can be reached through the university's home page at http://www.udmercy.edu/ .

MBA 5140 Foundations of Management

Credit Hours: 3

This course addresses concepts of organizational design and organizational behavior within the context of contingency theory. Organizational design focuses on the basic types of structures of the formal organization, as well as the key processes required for those structures to function. Organizational behavior focuses on activities of the manager, behaviors traceable to the informal organization, and to motivational needs of the organization's membership. (Please note that this course will become a three credit

hour course effective Term I, 2011-12.)

Course Objectives: This course is designed to familiarize students with terms, concepts and processes that permit them to understand and effect changes in the following: Interactions among organizational members’ behavioral processes and organizational structures and processes that determine (in part) efficiency and effectiveness of performances at the level of individuals, groups and, ultimately, the organization as a whole.

Academic and Integrity Statement

This course is subject to the policies and guidelines of the College of Business Administration’s Academic and Integrity Statement which can be found at http://business.udmercy.edu/about/mission/Academic%20Integrity%20Policy.pdf . Mission Statement of the College of Business Administration: The College of Business Administration prepares diverse students to serve business organizations and society with competence, compassion and conscience. Rooted in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions, the College champions academic excellence and good character by encouraging intellectual, spiritual, ethical and social growth. We achieve this mission by:  Encouraging and expecting excellence from students, faculty, and staff in all we do;  Helping students to develop knowledge, analytical and critical thinking, and skills to compete in a dynamic global business environment;  Teaching students self-reflection, teamwork with diverse peoples, and responsible stewardship for the common good;  Delivering quality teaching, research, and service to our University, our profession, and our community;  Providing quality bachelor and master degree programs.

Disability support services
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Eligibility, registration, & contact http://www.udmercy.edu/uas/disability-support/index.htm
Available support services (computer center, graduate assistant availability) Computer labs http://it.udmercy.edu/Students/academiclabslocation.htm 313-993-1500 Library directory and hours http://research.udmercy.edu/about/ Catalog http://www.udmercy.edu/catalog Student handbook http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/office/handbook/index.htm UDM Health center http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/intra_wellness/healthcenter/index.htm Personal counseling http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/intra_wellness/counseling/ University ministry http://www.udmercy.edu/ministry/ Career education center http://www.udmercy.edu/cec/ Academic support for course, if any University Academic Services http://www.udmercy.edu/uas/ Library 3rd floor Writing Center http://liberalarts.udmercy.edu/programs/depts/english/writing/ Briggs 135 Instructional Design Studio (for Blackboard questions) http://research.udmercy.edu/ids/ Library 3rd floor
College of Engineering & Science, College of Business Administration – Course Evaluations will run from Monday, December 2, 2013 to Sunday December 8, 2013



The course evaluation site is https://www.udmercy.edu/evaluate/

HELP FROM LIBRARIANS SPECIALIZED IN BUSINESS/MANAGEMENT TOPICS A list of help sources begins on the first page after the course calendar of meeting dates and assignments in this file/document. Available support services (computer center, graduate assistant availability) Computer labs http://it.udmercy.edu/Students/academiclabslocation.htm 313-993-1500 Library directory and hours http://research.udmercy.edu/about/

Catalog http://www.udmercy.edu/catalog Student handbook http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/office/handbook/index.htm UDM Health center http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/intra_wellness/healthcenter/index.htm Personal counseling http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/intra_wellness/counseling/ University ministry http://www.udmercy.edu/ministry/ Career education center http://www.udmercy.edu/cec/

Recommended reading: Abernathy, W. B. (1996). The sin of wages: Where the conventional system has led us, and how to find a way out. Memphis, TN: PerfSys Press. Abernathy, W. B. (2000). Managing without supervising: Creating an organization-wide performance system. Memphis, TN: PerfSys Press. Agnew, J. O. & Daniels, A. C. (2010) Safe By Accident, Atlanta: Performance Mangement Publications. Baum, W.M. (2005). Understanding behaviorism: Behavior, culture and evolution . Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. Bernstein, A. (1999). Grounded: Frank Lorenzo and the Destruction of Eastern Airlines . Washington, D.C.: BeardBooks. Burgess, R. L. & Bushell, D. (1969). Behavioral sociology: The experimental analysis of social process . NY: Columbia University Press. Cascio, W. F. & Boudreau, J. W. (2008). Investing in people: Financial impact of human resource indicatives. Upper Saddleback River, NJ: FT. Carnegie, D. (1936). How to win friends and influence people. POCKET BOOKS, copyright 1981, Simon & Schuster, Inc. ISBN-10: 0-671-02703-4 ISBN-13: 978-0-671-02703-2 Cavanagh, G. F. (2010) American business values: A global perspective. NJ: Prentice Hall. Daniels, A.C. (2009) OOPS! : 13 Management practices that west time and money (And what to do instead). Atlanta, GA: Performance Management Publications. Daniels, A. C. & Daniels, J. E. (2005). Measure of a leader: An actionable Formula for Legendary Leadership. Atlanta, GA: Performance Management Publications. Daniels, A. C. & Bailey, J. (2004). Performance management: Chaining behavior that drives organizational effectiveness. Atlanta, GA: Aubrey Daniels International, Inc. Daniels, A. C. (1994). Bringing out the best in people: How to apply the astonishing power of postive reinforcement. New York: McGraw-Hill. Deming, W. E. (1994). The New Economics: For Industry, Government, Education. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Deming, W. E. (2000). Out of the Crisis, MA: MIT Press [First published in 1982, 1986 The W. Edwards Deming Institute.] Glenn, S. S. (1991). Contingencies and metacontingencies: Relations among behavioral, cultural and biological evolution. Harris, M. (1979). Cultural materialism: The struggle for a science of culture . NY: Random Houses. Johnson, C.M., Redmon, W.K., & Mawhinney, T.C. (Eds.), Handbook of organizational performance: Behavior analysis and management. New York: The Haworth Press, Inc. (Forward by Aubrey Daniels) Kaplan, R. S. & Norton, D. P. (1992). The balanced score card: Measures that drive performance . Cambridge, MA: The Harvard Business Review. Kayser, T. A. (1990). Mining group gold: How to cash in on the collaborative brain power of a group . El Segundo, CA: Serif Publishing. Luthans, F. & Kreitner, R. (1985). Organizational behavior modification and beyond. Glenview, IL: Scott Foresman and Company. Mawhinney, T.C. (2001). Organizational-Environment Systems as OBM intervention context: Minding Your Metacontingencies. In Hayes, L., Austin, J., and Hourmanfar, R. (Eds.) Organizational Change (pp. 137-166). Reno, NV: The Context Press. Rawls, J. (1971). A theory of justice. Cambridge. MA: Harvard University Press. Rummler, G. A., (2001). Performance logic: The organizational performance Rosetta Stone. In L. J. Hayes, J. Austin, R. Houmanfar & M. C. Clayton (Eds.), Organizational change. (pp 111-132). Reno Nevada: Context Press. Rummler, G. A., & Brache, A.P. (1991). Improving performance: How to manage the white space on the organization chart. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Selye, H. (1978). The stress of life. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. Scherkenbach, W. W. (1988). The Deming Route To Quality Productivity : Road Maps and Roadblocks. Washington, D. C.: CEEPress Books, George Washington University. Shewhart, W. A. (1986). Statistcial Method: From the Viewpoint of Quality Control. Sidman, M. (1960). Tatics of scientific research. NY: Basic Books, Inc. Skinner, B.F. (1993). About behaviorism. London: Penguin Skinner, B.F. (1953). Science and human behavior. NY: The Free Press Wheeler, D. J. (1991). Short Run SPC. Knoxville TN: SPC Press, Inc. Wheeler, D. J. (1993). Understanding Variation: The key to managing chaos. Knoxville TN: SPC Press, Inc. Wheeler, D. J. & Chambers, D. S. (1993). Understanding Statistical Process Control. Knoxville TN: SPC Press, Inc.

MBA Themes: The course covers in part the thematic components denoted by * and bold font in the array of Themes (A through D) on the next page.

Theme A Awareness of Self And Responsibility to Others Components: • Ethics & Values Life Planning SocialResponsibility Community Service Learning Spirituality

Theme B Organizational Creation and Development Components: Decision making Leadership Interpersonal Relations (Political, Negotiation) Team Building Entrepreneurship

Theme C Global Competitive Environment Components: Competitive Advantage Financial Reporting, Analysis, and Markets Organizational Processes, Structures, and Analysis Creation & Distribution of Goods & Services StakeholderRelationships Political, Legal, Social & Economic Environments

Theme D Emerging Business Challenges Components: Customer Value • Organizational Adaptation & Change Productivity E-Commerce Shareholder Values Technologydriven Systems • Appreciating Human Diversity

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Grading Matrix: Points Earned Basis of Grade Determination GRADE MATRIX Category of Activity Percentage Points Participation in class: ~10 100 Quizzes (22) at about ~ 23 points per Quiz ~77.5 ~12.5 483 78

Brief Essay (not more than 5 pages) on a course related topic of interest to you. Include a separate abstract that you will share with others in our class.
Total Participation Exercises/Case Analyses N=4: 30 BONUS points each Grading Scale A 95% A90% B+ 87% B 83% B80% C+ 77% C 73% C70%

100

623 120

D+ 67%

D 60%

F Less than 60%

Your instructor may award bonus points for assigned work that is exceptionally good relative to prevailing norms.

Bonus Points
Occasionally, I will award bonus points for individual and/or team assignments and/or participation in class when I consider the work arising from it to be “exceptionally well done.” Therefore, bonus points may be awarded often or not at all depending on the quality of class participation and/or work turned. Bonus points rarely exceed one or two percent of total points available per assignment. Notice, however, that additional bonus credits can be earned by responding to the invitation to write an “optional” or “additional” essay concerning my article about Organizational Cultural Practices and Organizational Ecologies; see the Grading Matrix above. Available Services  Information on policies and hours for UDM's academic computing labs is available at http://it.udmercy.edu/academiclabs/index.htm. Information regarding a large variety of student services, including computer labs, bookstores, public safety, and many other items, can be found in the Student Handbook. The Student Life Office website, http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/links/index.htm, provides links to UDM's new emergency alert system, health center, university ministry, academic services, calendar of events, personal counseling, and many other pages. Lots of other additional information for academics, athletics, course schedules, etc. can be reached through the university's home page at http://www.udmercy.edu. The College of Business Administration at times has a limited number of work study positions and graduate assistantship positions. Contact the Financial Aid Office for work study positions. Graduate students seeking assistantships should complete a form in the CF Student Welcome Center.  The University of Detroit Mercy McNichols campus library contains a variety of reference materials and books related to management, ethics, and social responsibility. The university also subscribes to a number of database services including many full text services. You may access the library's home page http://research.udmercy.edu or call 313-993-1070. Ms. Nancy Chesik is the reference librarian assigned to the College of Business Administration. You may reach her at chesiknk@udmercy.edu or 313 993-1221 at the McNichols Campus Library. Resources for Management are found online at http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=40  Information on policies and hours for UDM's academic computing labs is available at http://it.udmercy.edu/academiclabs/index.htm .  Information regarding a large variety of student services, including computer labs, bookstores, public safety, and many other items, can be found in the Student Handbook, which is available at the College’s welcome center.  The Student Life Office website, http://www.udmercy.edu/slo/links/index.htm, provides links to UDM's emergency alert system, health center, university ministry, academic services, calendar of events, personal counseling, and many other pages.  Additional information can be reached through the university's home page at http://www.udmercy.edu .  The College of Business Administration at times has a limited number of work study positions and graduate assistantship positions. Contact the Financial Aid Office for work study positions. Graduate students seeking assistantships should complete a form in the CF Student Welcome Center. Academic Integrity (Statement from the Graduate Catalog): As members of the academic community engaged in the pursuit of truth and with a special concern for values, students must conform to a high standard of honesty and integrity in their academic work. Instances where academic misconduct occurs include, but are not limited to, falsification or misrepresentation of material used in the admission process, presenting the work of others as one's own, theft, plagiarism and cheating. These actions pose a threat to the academic integrity of the University and its mission and will be treated accordingly. Academic misconduct is subject to disciplinary sanctions. These sanctions include, but are not limited to, reprimand, probation, suspension and dismissal. Students are required to familiarize themselves with the specific protocols of their school or college, available in each respective dean's office or college/school Academic Policy Handbook. Students also have the responsibility to consult the University of Detroit Mercy Student Handbook for further information on other academic policies and University procedures. COURSE POLICIES AND PRACTICES Absences and missed assignment due dates: Assignments are due to be turned in during class on the assignment date indicated in the course schedule. No credit will be awarded for your work turned in to your instructor more than 24 hours after the due date/time unless you have made prior arrangements with the instructor due to valid extenuating circumstances.

Tardiness Tardiness can be disruptive and we need all the class time available so you should make every effort to arrive on time to each class meeting. If you are excessively tardy, points will be removed from your participation score. If you have a constraint on “on-time” arrive, please let me know so that I do not get the “wrong impression” of you based

on this behavior. I have no desire to “punish” unavoidable tardiness. At the same time, I cannot forgive this behavior if you do not alert me to the reason(s) for absence(s).

Librarian Consultant for Business Students: The University of Detroit Mercy McNichols campus library contains a variety of reference materials and books on the subject matter. The university also subscribes to a number of database services including some full text services. You may access the library's home page http://research.udmercy.edu or call 313-993-1070. For questions or help with business research, you may contact our (Management Area) librarian directly: Nancy Chesik: email chesiknk@udmercy.edu, phone 313 993-1221, or stop by the McNichols Campus Library. Librarians for each of the major academic areas of the university and their contact information is posted at the end of this syllabus.

BlackBoard.com Location:
For this course syllabus and other course documents and support go to: http://knowledge.udmercy.edu . Set up an account, if you have not yet done so, then search for MBA 5140 - 01. You have already been entered in the course

list but must activate it yourself.

Schedule of topics, assignments; Exams and Exam dates; Main projects and due dates. The course calendar and schedule is a

tentative schedule and subject to change. Changes will be announced in class and posted on the class web

page. Classes are held according to the university schedule. In cases of emergency/snow closings [winter term], please listen to 950 AM. Except for the questions that are clearly my own, objectives and questions are paraphrased for quotations from the textbook’s teachers support material. The same is the case with objective questions in the two in-class exams. Schedule of topics, assignments; Exams and Exam dates; Main projects and due dates. The course calendar and schedule is

a tentative schedule and subject to change.

College of Engineering & Science, College of Business Administration – Course Evaluations will run from Monday, December 1, 2014 to Sunday December 9, 2014 …….. The course evaluation site is https://www.udmercy.edu/evaluate/ [ Not sure this URL works ???

Week TRs

Date 2014 8/25

MBA 5140 Fall 2013 Tentative Schedule of Activities, Assignments and Their Due Dates
One quiz per book chapter or reading(s) unless otherwise indicated. INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE

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HOW THE SYLLABUS “WORKS” … CHECK IT FREQUENTLY !!!!
Course Introduction, I G O

Open/Closed Systems and The TPS Model History of Mgt Thought And Field Research Methods; NORMATIVE vs DESCRIPTIVE THEORIES Exercises (Group and Individual for Ralph) VERY Brief Review of Experimental Designs

LABOR DAY HOLIDAY

Managing Effective Organizations Managing Organizational Effectiveness?
Gibson et al. Appendix Scientific Methods (Your text book) + Campbell & Stanley Professor Mawhinney (Lecture) + (handouts)
 Quiz 1. over Chapter 1 and appendix pp. 521 – 533

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Organizational Culture Managing Globally


Organizational Culture and Managing Globally

Quiz 2. Over Gibson et al. Ch 2 Quiz 3. over Gibson et al. Ch 3

[Not for credit # 1 ] Complete Culture Test on p. 53

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Behavior within Organizations: The Individual INVIDIDUAL MOTIVATION: CONVENTIONAL THEORIES and PRACTICES  
Individual Behavior and Differences Motivation: Background and Theories Quiz 4 over Gibson et al. Ch. 4 Quiz 5 over Gibson et al. Ch. 5

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Handbook of Organizational Performance: Behavior Analysis and Management Behavior & The Causal Mode of Selection by Consequences Required Readings Text Chapters N = 4 1. Parsons, H.M. (1991). Hawthorn: An Early OBM Experiment. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 12 (1), 27-43 2. HOP : BAM Ch. 1. Johnson, Mawhinney & Redmon (2001) See above Handbook of Org. Perf.: 3. HOP : BAM Ch. 2. Poling & Braatz (2001) 4. Hantula, D. A. & Crowell, C. R. (1994) Laws of Behavior and Dr. Mawhinney’s “Behavioral Equation” adapted from Skinner’s 1931 “theory.”
 Quiz 6 over readings 1 & 2 Above  Quiz 7 over readings 3 & 4 Above TENTATIVE EXERCISES: 2 In-class student EXPERIENTIAL exercises (Not for Credit) used to demonstrate motivational “theories” and “PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIOR”; “When the Chips are Down” and “PEEK A BOO” Optional readings continue on the next page of this syllabus:

An Applied Science of Behavior: Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)
HOP : BAM Eds Johnson, Redmon & Mawhinney (2001)

Baum, W.M. (2005) Understanding behaviorism: Behavior, culture and evolution. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. CONTINUE TO THE NEXT PAGE! >>>>> CONTINUATION OF OPTIONAL READINGS AND QUIZ ASSIGNMENTS Dixon, Marley, J., & Jacobs, E. A. (2003). Delay discounting by pathological gamblers. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36(4), 36, 449–458. Mawhinney, T. C. & Gowen, C. (1990). Gainsharing and The Law of Effect as the Matching Law: A Theoretical Framework. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 11 (2), 61-75 Mawhinney, T. C. (1982), Maximizing Versus Matching in People Versus Pigeons. Psychological Reports, 50, 267 281. Weisberg, P., & Waldrop, P. B. (1972). Fixed-interval work habits of Congress. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 5, 93–97.+6+ Critchfield, T.S., Haley, R., Sobo, B., Colbert, J. & Macropoulis, G. (2003). A half century of scalloping in the work habits of the United States Congress. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 36(4), 465–486.

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Conventional Theories of Work Motivation & Performance Gibson et al. Ch. 6
Required Readings In Addition to Text Chapter: 1. Hopkins, B.L (1991). Introduction, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 12:1, 1-4 2. Brian Peach & Daniel A. Wren (1991): Pay for Performance from Antiquity to the 1950s, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 12:1, 5-26 3. Mawhinney, T. C. & Dickinson, A. M., and Taylor, L. A. (1989). The Use of Concurrent Schedules to Evaluate the Effects of Extrinsic Rewards on 'Intrinsic Motivation.' Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 10(1), pp. 109-129.  Quiz 8 over readings 1, 2 and 3 above  Quiz 9 over Gibson et al. Ch. 6 Recommended reading: Ward, P. & Carnes, M. (2002). Effects of posting self-set goals on collegiate football players’ skill execution during practice and games. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 35 (1) 1–12

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FALL BREAK

Behavior within Organizations: Groups and Interpersonal Influence
Group and Team Behavior Power and Politics
Quiz 10 over Gibson et al. Ch. 8 Quiz 11 over Gibson et al. Ch. 10 Quiz 12 over Gibson et al. Quiz 13 over Gibson et al.

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Conflict and Negotiation Managing Workplace Stress

Ch. 9 Ch. 7

REQUIRED READING: Mawhinney, T.C. (1989) Job satisfaction as a management tool and responsibility. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 10(1), 187-192.
Recommended readings: Mawhinney, T. C. (1984) Philosophical and Ethical Aspects of Organizational Behavior Management: Some Evaluative Feedback. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 6(1), 5-31

Mawhinney, T.C. (2011) Job Satisfaction: I/O Psychology and Organizational Behavior Management Perspectives, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 31(4), 288-315
Selye, H. (1956, 1976, 1976) The stress of life (Revised Ed.). NY: McGraw-Hill Book Co. Schleicher, D. J., Hansen, D., & Fox, K. E. (2010). Job attitudes and work values. In S. Zedeck (Ed.), APA handbook of industrial and organizational psychology (Vol. 3; pp. 137–189). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Leadership: Fundamentals Cards and chips 02 Gibson et al. Ch. 11 Leadership: Emerging Perspectives Gibson et al. Ch. 12 Required Reading: Mawhinney, T. C. (2005) Effective Leadership in Superior-Subordinate Dyads Theory and Data. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 2 (4), 37-79 For EXTRA Credit: [ # 2 ] What was the effect of providing followers with an alternative source of reinforcements in addition to any received from interactions with the leader? Describe in some detail. For EXTRA Credit: [ # 3 ] What was the effect of making the “leader’s” access to reinforcements dependent virtually entirely on the leader’s administration of points (as reinforcers) to his follower? Which member of each dyad, appointed leader or appointed follower, responded at higher rates when the leader received no reinforcers dependent on follower’s responding? Describe in some detail. [CONTINUES ON NEXT PAGE]

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The questions above are simple and call for simple, BUT Effective, answers. Feel free to elaborate if you like. Required Reading: Mawhinney, T. C. and Ford, J. D. (1977) The Path Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness: An Operant Interpretation. The Academy of Management Review, 2, 398-411. For EXTRA Credit:] [ # 4 ]: Do the results of the experiment above [in Mawhinney, 2005] conform with what might be predicted by the authors’ [Mawhinney and Ford] immediately above] interpretation of the House Path Goal Theory of Leadership? Quiz 14 over Gibson et al. Quiz 15 over Gibson et al.

Ch. 11 Ch. 12

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Organization Structure The Structure and Design of Organizations Organization Structure
Work Design Managing Communication Decision Making
Quiz 16 over Gibson et al. Ch. 13 Quiz 17 over Gibson et al. Ch. 14 Quiz 18 over Gibson et al. Ch. 15 Quiz 19 over Gibson et al. Ch. 16

Ch. 12

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Ch. 16 [PART II SEE DAY 14] Quiz 19 with a possible question about the Hantula Reading below

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Hantula, D. A. & Crowell, C. R. (1994). Intermittent reinforcement and escalation processes in sequential decision making: A replication and theoretical analysis. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 14, 7-36. Decision Making II Gibson et al. Ch. 16

Dr. Mawhinney will deliver a lecture on relations among the following: Risky Shift -> Framing Effects -> Cultural Value Effects Self-Fulfilling Prophacies or Pygmalian Effects
Shaping via Extinction and Differential R+ of Other (New) B Extinction of (Old) B Requires building R+ value of new B




Quiz 20 over second part of Ch. 16 Quiz 21 over Ch. 17

Managing Organizational Change and Learning Making Gibson et al. Ch. 17 15
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The Really BIG Picture and Process
Reading 1. T. C. Mawhinney T. C. (1992) Evolution of Organizational Cultures as Selection by Consequences: The Gaia Hypothesis, Metacontingencies, and Organizational Ecology. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management,12(2),1 — 25 Reading 2. Mawhinney (2009): Identifying and extinguishing dysfunctional and deadly organizational practices, Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 29(3-4), 231-256
Quiz 22 over the two readings above

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SHORT TERM PAPER/ESSAY

Brief Essay (not more than 5 pages) on a course-related topic of interest to you and approved by Prof. Mawhinney. Include a separate abstract that you will share with others in our class. We will engage in class discussion of as many class member paper topics as possible. If you like, you may make a PowerPoint presentation but that will not be required and there will be NO PENALTY for choosing not to do a PowerPoint. The paper, with or without powerpoint, is worth 40 points.

COURSE EVALUATIONS College of Engineering & Science, College of Business Administration – Course Evaluations will run from Monday, December 1, 2014 to Sunday December 7, 2014…….. The course evaluation site is https://www.udmercy.edu/evaluate/ [ Not sure this URL works ??? ]  Schedule of topics, assignments; Exams and Exam dates; Main projects and due dates. The course calendar and schedule is a tentative schedule and subject to change. Changes will be announced in class and posted on the class web page. Classes are held according to the university schedule. In cases of emergency/ snow closings [winter term], please listen to 950 AM. Except for the questions that are clearly my own, objectives and questions are paraphrased or quotations from the textbook’s teachers support material. The same is the case with objective questions in the two in-class exams.  Schedule of topics, assignments; Exams and Exam dates; Main projects and due dates.

calendar and schedule is a tentative schedule and subject to change.

The course

Librarian Consultants ARCHITECTURE
Architecture Sandra Wilson wilsonsh@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=4

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Accounting Nancy Chesik chesiknk@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=1 Computer and Information Systems Masters of Information Assurance Sandra Wilson wilsonsh@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=13 Decision Science Nancy Chesik chesiknk@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=18 Finance Nancy Chesik chesiknk@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=30 Management Nancy Chesik chesiknk@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=40 Marketing Nancy Chesik chesiknk@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE
Biology/Clinical Science Cindy Gillham gillhaca@udmercy.edu 313 578-0576 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=6 Chemistry and Biochemistry Cindy Gillham gillhaca@udmercy.edu 313 578-0576 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=10 Civil Engineering Jill Spreitzer werdeljc@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=11 Electrical Engineering/Physics Cindy Gillham gillhaca@udmercy.edu 313 578-0576 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=25

Manufacturing Engineering Jill Spreitzer werdeljc@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=41 Mathematics Sandra Wilson wilsonsh@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=43 Mechanical Engineering Jill Spreitzer werdeljc@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=44

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY
Dental Hygiene Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=19 Dentistry Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=20

COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS and McAULEY SCHOOL OF NURSING
Health Care Education Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=31 Health Service Administration Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=32 Health Systems Management Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=33 Nurse Anesthesiology Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=46 Nurse Practitioner Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library

Nursing/Nursing Education Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=47 Nursing (Aquinas) Marie-Lise Antoun shamsml@udmercy.edu 313 494-6093 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=47 Physician Assistant Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=49

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND EDUCATION
Addiction Studies Beverly Reppert Repperba@udmercy.edu 313 494-6904 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=2

Catholic Studies [open] http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=8

Communication Studies Jill Spreitzer werdeljc@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=12 Correction Studies Sue Homant homantsj@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library

http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=68 Counseling Beverly Reppert Repperba@udmercy.edu 313 494-6904 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=16 Criminal Justice Sue Homant homantsj@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=17 Economics [open] http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=22 Education Sue Homant homantsj@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=23 English Sandra Wilson wilsonsh@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=23 History Cindy Gillham gillhaca@udmercy.edu 313 578-0576 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=34 Intelligence Analysis Sue Homant homantsj@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=69 Language & Culture Training Sandra Wilson wilsonsh@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library

http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=36 Legal Administration Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=38 Music Kris McLonis mclonika@udmercy.edu 313 993-1075 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=45 Philosophy (Ethics & Bioethics) Jill Spreitzer werdeljc@udmercy.edu 313 993-1221 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=48 Political Science Marilyn Dow dowmk@udmercy.edu 313 494-6905 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=51 Psychology Beverly Reppert Repperba@udmercy.edu 313 494-6904 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=53 Religious Studies [open] http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=54

Social Work [open] http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=56 Sociology Sue Homant homantsj@udmercy.edu 313 578-0577 McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=56

Theatre Beverly Reppert repperba@udmercy.edu 313 494-6904 School of Dentistry Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=59

MULTI-DISCIPLINARY
African American Studies [open] http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=3 Diversity Donna Roe 313 578-0578 roedm@udmercy.edu McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=21 Women’s and Gender Studies Donna Roe 313 578-0578 roedm@udmercy.edu McNichols Campus Library http://research.udmercy.edu/find/by_discipline/index.php?discipline_id=3
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